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Shorted to chassis, bias is removed from VT2, and the Q output is set 'h igh'. The FLIP-FLOP will stay in this state even if the short circuit is now removed and the Set input is allowed to float. , shorted to chassis, bias is removed from VTl and Q goes'high'; this biases VT2 on, resetting Q 'low'. The FLIP-FLOP will remain reset even if the short circuit is now removed and the Reset input is allowed to float. 7, both Set and Reset are taken 'low', bias is removed from VT1 and VT2, Q and Q will be 'high'.
If the data on the main Q output is required to change state, it would do so at the negative going edge of the clock pulse. SUMMARY The 0 input signal is transferred to the 'q' output of the 'Master' during the positive edge of the clock pulse, and then transferred to the q output of the 'Slave' during the negative going edge of the clock pulse. Fig. 55 Clock timing diagram. 54 Circuit operation. 1. 2. 3. 4. D d d q Master r'1 ............ '-4 CK ck 4:> q Isolate 'Slave' from 'Master', (to isolate the output from the 'Master').
__-0 R High 42 -0 1 - -_ _ High Low R lJ ~---Q High SET COMMAND FED TO A PREVIOUSLY SET FLIP-FLOP. Fig. 27 A practical application. Fig. 28 Both Set and Reset-inputs taken low. The 'undetermined' state. If a FLIP-FLOP is in the Set condition with Q 'high' and Q 'low' and a Set command is received then the FLIP-FLOP will stay as it is. Likewise if a FLIPFLOP is in the Reset condition, reception of Reset commands will cause no change in the output. APPLICATION. The 'NAND FLIP-FLOP' could be used to identify which of two lines has information on it.
An Introduction to Digital Techniques: Logic gates, Flip-flops, Counters and Shift registers by THORN EMI Television Rentals Group Technical Training Department (auth.)